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through around baltimore. you can see columbia in the back of it -- things are beginning to settle down. tomorrow morning, it will feel like a different day. look at the area -- we did have wind damage. thunderstorms towered high in the atmosphere, but because of the strong winds. over 4 inches of rain in myersville. around washington, 1-2 inches of rain. here is what is coming our way. look at the cooler -- chicago 53 degrees. they have a wave coming through. now it has all moved off. through the overnight hours temperatures will continue to tumble. by tomorrow afternoon we will be into a northwesterly wind that will bring in drier air and calmer air also. tomorrow, into the low 70's. a lot of sunshine. that will be with us into thursday. the next chance for anything will not become an until saturday. even that will be weak compared to today. partly cloudy, a breezy day when you get up and head out. temperatures into the 50's 3 + 60's. if there amount of sunrise. an outdoor recess kind of day. a lot of sunshine -- i will call it autumnal. temperatures near 70 degrees. that is the story
followed. one of the deputy shot and killed him. new problems for that mcdonald's employee in baltimore who claims she won that huge jackpot in april. a portion of her co-workers have filed a civil lawsuit against her. the group claims that wilson did by a winning ticket as part of a lottery pool with her co- workers. her colleagues also claim that she and her lawyer orchestrated an elaborate ruse to recruit three public school educators and trick the maryland lottery into believing that they won rather than wilson. wilson says the claims are simply false. we turn now to the race to the white house. be presidential candidates took a break today and let their running mates to the campaign in. by president joe biden appeared in florida today. -- vice president joe biden appeared in florida today. republican vice presidential nominee paul ryan in the meantime made stops in new hampshire as well as ohio where he told voters that the economic stagnation will continue if president obama is reelected. we want to get an early look now on the weather. the question is whether the rain will stay away
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